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Re: Spring Break

I need a picture of that reading room to put up at my desk - sounds lovely and peaceful and calm!

james singer <islandjim1@verizon.net> wrote:
This is going to be a nice area when it's finished, I think. Lots of 
shade; in addition to the ligustrum trees and tropical fruit tree, 
there is a giant bird of paradise, a Jamaican cherry, a silver dollar 
eucalyptus, an orange jasmine, and a shrubby meyer lemon. Still-small 
stuff includes a bismarckia palm and a dioon. Flowering shrubs include 
Turk's caps, allamandas, hibiscus, bougainvillea. There are spots of 
ferns and caladiums along some of the edges.

The center piece is Ms Fatma's reading room--a hammock nestled between 
the lemon and the jasmine.
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